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KORAIL model 8200, 8276 on Gyeongbu line

This train is Express Mugunghwa for southward on Gyeongbu line leaded by KR 8276. Mungunhwa is the intercity train around the Korea.
Looks like the same basic model as the ALP46 in use by NJ Transit. Nice to see some newer (and cleaner) power in Seoul.
 
To Mr.VirginiaSouthern.

KORAIL model 8000, 8100 and 8200 are looks like this 8276, European locomotives.
ALSTOM built model 8000 and SIEMENS built model 8100, but only few locomotives.
I guess they are sample or for test running.
Model 8200 is the major locomotive and made in Korea. I guess the model 8200 is some clone. :(
 

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